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Share the Love is a registered non-profit, charitable initiative, aiming to uplift people in all walks of life.  We motivate people of all ages, cultures & societies to contribute to our community by donating in any way they can 

How the charity started ​

 

Lee has always enjoyed being involved with meaningful causes from a young age, she was a Girl Guide and frequented Round Table with her parents. Having been a teacher for over 16 years, it really opened her eyes as to how many of her learners came to school without having a meal and stationery.  She introduced a sandwich station in her classroom which was available to any hungry student. She started selling basic stationery and the profits went to buying stationery for those children who could not afford it. She motivated her class to always share the love and help when the schools had specific charity drives. 

"I was fortunate enough to meet with a member from the Partners for Possibility program and he introduced me to Emona Primary school Principal, Mr. Mkhize. I was inspired to gift each Grade 1 child at the school a pencil bag to start the year off on positive vibe. That evening as I imagined the grade 1 child going home to show off their pencil bag to their siblings who are in the same school, I felt saddened that not everyone would receive one. So the seed was planted to start my own charity to help fund these initiatives. I started my own company towards the end of 2020, and we were in the process of still getting it off the ground and my seamstress had some time to spare, so I decided to make a pencil bag for each child in Emona Primary School." 

 

We managed not only to make a pencil bag for each learner but every employee in the school. This is when I realised that I wanted to formalise the charity and began the registration process. Children and education are extremely close to my heart but now I am moving my energy from the classroom to the community and hoping to share the love far and wide! ​

Share the Love is a registered non-profit, charitable initiative, aiming to uplift people in all walks of life.  We motivate people of all ages, cultures & societies to contribute to our community by donating in any way they can. Whether this be financial or by sharing resources, time, compassion, kindness & most importantly their LOVE. We arrange regular donation drives while we continue to make respect, kindness & LOVE part of our daily lives.  

Let’s come together & SHARE THE LOVE, by helping others, not only in times of need but working towards a greater good and a better world for all. 

 

So, besides the benefit of knowing you have meaningfully contributed to our cause,  all donations are tax deductible.

 

Should you like to contribute to our charity we have 3 different ways to do so. 

The link  https://candystick.co.za/c/share-the-love-2/  will take to directly to our Funding page but there’s a minimum donation amount of R50. The zapper or EFT details are on the poster below.

Classmates
Share the Love Wall

Purchase a card for R25.00 for the SHARE THE LOVE wall.

The value of this card is worth a hot beverage. 

 

Write a kind note or encouragement and place the card on the wall. 
This note can be for someone you know or you can leave the card on the wall for someone who needs some cheering up. 

 

For every card purchased, R5 is donated to the SHARE THE LOVE Foundation.

Share the Love Wall
Youth Conference
Community Hours

We want all teenagers, teachers, schools ,  parents and volunteers to be our partners in various activities within the communities.   Activities that are appealing to each individual.  These  volunteers will create and enjoy close relationships with the various NPO organisations, where we create “OUT OF THE BOX”  activities that are exciting, fun and most of all that impact the communities in a great way. 

Volunteers are encouraged to select the communities that are meaningful to them.  “Making a difference “  is our driving force in our volunteering.  Let’s all give back in a way that gives us personal satisfaction that a difference has been made in someone or something’s life.  In this process we will meet many diverse people and be exposed to new skills and ideas. 

 

We will enable you making a difference in wonderful ways that may never have been considered.

Community Hours